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On Thu, 5 Dec 2002 10:45:07 -0000, "Phil Dye" <phil.dye at alchemydigital.com> wrote: >I know little/nothing about Windows app debugging, so forgive me if this is >no use, but I've managed to ascertain that the server cvs process is causing >an access violation and dumping via Dr Watson. I have the drwtsn32.log and >user.dmp files if they're of use to anyone. From tracing the process with >the sysinternals.com FileMon tool, it seems to fire up, load the various >_protocol.dll files fine, then the CVSROOT/config and CVSROOT/passwd files, >and then dies. > >Again, without -x on the client, this is all fine. > Do you have anything else on the server that could be interfering? Antivirus/Firewall/etc? I'm not sure what could go wrong... Dr Watson is pretty useless for debugging, unfortunately. I've put in a couple of extra checks in the code but w/o being able to crash it myself I'm just shooting in the dark really. Presumably you don't have access to a copy of visual studio or anything like that? (I'll have to see if I can make the release builder generate .DBG files somehow) Tony